Auditory & Speech Training

According to the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA), there is an important difference between speech and language.

Language is made up of socially shared rules that include:

-What words mean and how the same word can have different meanings

-How to make new words by adding endings

-How to put words together and use them to communicate an idea

Speech is the verbal means of communicating.

Speech consists of:

-Articulation (How speech sounds are made)

-Voice (Using our vocal cords and breathing to produce sound)

-Fluency (the rhythm of speech)

Audiology and Spoken English 101.pdf
Copy of Hear vs. Listen.docx

Hearing Levels

Unilateral Hearing

Mild Hearing Level

Website created by the Curriculum, Outreach, Resources and Education Team (CORE)

Special thanks to Michele Tompkins

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